kola nut


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Related to kola nut: kola nut tree, Alligator pepper
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Synonyms for kola nut

bitter brown seed containing caffein

tree bearing large brown nuts containing e.g. caffeine

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The Kola Station, designed by Design Group Italia (DGI) and PepsiCo's Design Team, marries the duality of tradition and modernity, with copper tubing along the back wall that references artisan beer and whiskey production, along with glass cylinders filled with ingredients such as kola nuts, kola powder and spices.
At any church gathering, after the opening prayer, the kola nut is blessed by the priest and if there is no priest, one of the men will pray over it; then it is broken," McGarvey explained.
Since some consumers may want to limit their caffeine consumption, it's important for them to cheek the labels of supplements for caffeine-containing botanical ingredients, including guarana, yerba mate, kola nut, and green tea extract," says Dr.
Since some consumers may want to limit their caffeine consumption, it's important for them to check the labels of supplements for caffeine-containing botanical ingredients including guarana, yerba mate, kola nut, and green tea extract," says Roseland.
Red Bull launched its Simply Cola in April, claiming it was "the only cola that contains both the original Kola nut and the Cocoa leaf, with no preservatives or additives," while Coca-Cola hit back with a campaign this summer highlighting the fact it contains "no added preservatives or artificial flavours".
It contains the original kola nut and the coca leaf, but no preservatives, phosphoric acid or artificial flavors.
The Kola nut is a symbol of hospitality in African(West African Society.
We have an ever-ready supply of the much-sought after Kola nut for the older people - a delicacy in these parts and offered by visitors in exchange for passage through their lands.
aurantium herbal extract is sold on its own or associated to ephedrine, yohimbine, caffeine (contained in Kola nut and Guarana too) and Ginseng, often without any medical advice or control, and with the risk of adverse reactions.
Three compounds commonly found in herbal weight control supplements that have been shown to increase the body's metabolic rate (thermogenesis) are caffeine, green tea extract, and kola nut seeds.
In 1886 John Pemberton whipped up a refreshing elixir of coca-leaf and kola nut extracts and Coca Cola was born.
Citrus aurantium is often combined with caffeine or caffeine-containing herbs such as tea (Camellia sinensis), mate (Ilex paraguariensis) , guarana seed (Paullinia cupana) and kola nut (Kola nitida).
In our region and my country in particular, those twisted feet can be treated with Donnie and those enlarged navels can be treated with Donnie, burnt palm oil, mixed with herbs and kola nut tied to the child's navel for a few days.
Who knew that sunflowers have been used at Chernobyl for decontamination, for instance--or that the bitter kola nut may combat the ravages of the Ebola virus?
Avoid drinks and chewing gum containing guarana, ginger, ginseng and kola nut - they are all stimulating herbs which can keep you awake.